Write a Guest Blog Post!

 Posted by on May 22, 2014
May 222014
 

  Do you want to contribute to agile-code.com?   I have been asked several times to consider accepting guest-posts, and I came to a conclusion that that this could be a great idea! So, yes, effective immediately, I will accept guest posts. Submit your guest-post today! Content However, your post must be on any of the following topics: Agile Methodologies Programming (no language preference). Test Driven Development (TDD). Domain [… read more]

Oct 282014
 

This is the continuation of the previously written post. Open DBDiff Open DBDiff is a free and open source database schema comparison tool for SQL Server 2005/2008. It reports differences between two database schemas and provides a synchronization script to upgrade a database from one to the other.  Open DBDiff can synchronize> Tables (including Table Options like vardecimal, text in row, etc.), Columns (including Computed Columns, [… read more]

Oct 252014
 

Nicholas has written a very good blog-post regarding the Google DataTable .Net Wrapper and how it helped him to boost the development. Please check it out here. Additionally in the Related Posts section please check the other blog posts regarding Google DataTable .NET Wrapper. Please contact Nicholas or me with your comments or questions!

Oct 022014
 

Today Syncfusion published the ServiceStack Succinctly e-book of which I’m (the proud) author. If you are interested in using the ServiceStack framework for building RESTful services, then this e-book is a great start. Check It out by downloading it for free from the Syncfusion web site I would like to thank Ricardo Peres for the great contribution and the whole Syncfusion team for the fantastic [… read more]

NHibernate and the specification pattern

 Posted by on September 11, 2014
Sep 112014
 

This is my first guest post at Agile-Code! I wish to thank my friend Zoran Maksimovic (@zoranmax) for the invitation! Hope the blog’s readers like it! The Specification pattern is well known to .NET developers and has gained significant momentum with the introduction of LINQ expressions. There are lots of implementations, but, for one reason or the other, I wasn’t really happy with any of [… read more]

Jul 022014
 

Syncfusion published yet another book on their Succinctly Series – MongoDB Succinctly. Once again I had the pleasure to be the Technical Editor of the book.     In MongoDB Succinctly, author Agus Kurniawan explains the essentials of the MongoDB database system. Starting with creating a MongoDB database, you’ll learn how to make collections and interact with their data, how to build a console application [… read more]

List of ASP.NET MVC grid controls

 Posted by on January 10, 2014
Jan 102014
 

I was trying out several grid implementation for my next ASP.NET MVC framework based project, and thought to share with you the list of known grid display solutions I’ve found. All the description have been taken directly from the relative sites. FlexGrid – Lightweight but rich data grid with resizable columns and a scrolling data to match the headers, plus an ability to connect to [… read more]

Jan 052014
 

Every software project is particular and has its own features, but in general there are things that are common across the industry! In this post I would like to mention things that in my opinion are a must and that I am currently following whenever working on a project.  The priority of the list is not given by the order as it would largely depend [… read more]

Microsoft ASP.NET Web API Succinctly

 Posted by on December 15, 2013
Dec 152013
 

Recently I had a pleasure to Technically Review the Microsoft ASP.NET Web API Succinctly e-book , which is part of the Syncfusion’s succinctly series e-books, and finally the book got published and it’s immediately available for download! The book’s author has made a good job and has given a lot of good examples of how to use the technology and I cannot do otherwise than recommend [… read more]

Oct 052013
 

In December 2012 I started working on a one-man-project called linktotweet.com. I started the project as an experiment as I wanted to try and learn about the newest available versions of various technologies such as Microsoft ASP.NET MVC, jQuery, Geolocation, and Google Charts. I though that it would be good to expose the service to the web and, after purchasing a domain name, the service [… read more]

Aug 012013
 

ServiceStack is a high-performance .NET web services framework (including a number of high-performance sub-components) that simplifies the development of XML, JSON, JSV and SOAP Web Services. ServiceStack has a large number of components, and it has its own “ecosystem”. One of the functionality ServiceStack exposes is the dependency injection with it’s built-in Funq IoC framework. Wile Funq is an excellent framework, for a number of [… read more]

Jul 042013
 

In List of Microsoft.NET IL disassemblers post, I have already mentioned one of the Telerik’s (free) products, which is the JustDecompile. In this post I would like to review JustCode a tool of which Telerik has just released a new version. Unfortunately, the JustCode is not open source and it is not free, but it offers a great deal of functionality. I particularly like the [… read more]

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